Arabtec gets ISO certificate
Dubai, June 26, 2007
Arabtec Construction has received the international environmental, health and safety standards certificate from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).
The company got the ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:1999 certificate for its unwavering commitment to quality and HSE management systems, said a top company official.
The certifications were awarded for all Arabtec operations in UAE and are applicable to: Provision of building and civil engineering contracting services, including ‘turnkey’ projects, electrical works, and architecture design services related to luxury villas in the UAE.
'The fact that Arabtec Construction is one of only a few construction companies in the UAE certified for all systems is bound to enhance our competitive edge locally and internationally,” Arabtec CEO Said Riad Kamal said.
'A quality focus has always been an integral part of Arabtec’s corporate culture being certified to ISO 9001:2000 standards since 14 March, 2001,' he said.
”Obtaining the ISO certificates all at once is indeed a great achievement especially in the construction industry and we at Arabtec are very proud of that. The achievement underlines our strong commitment to quality, environment, health and safety,' he added. TradeArabia News Service
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